Kylie Earls

Kylie Earls

Kylie has been writing for twenty-five years with a focus on poetry and human interest stories. She is a political organizer and website designer with an eye for research and detail. Working closely with international animal and human rights organizations, she helps to secure safety, raise funds, and create awareness for beings in peril. She enjoys spending time with her three daughters and three cats.
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  • Finding the Best Sake in Tulsa Is as Close as Your Local Sushi Bar
    Not only are Oklahomans catching on to the exotic and delicious cuisine that is sushi, they are quickly finding that sake is better than Bud Light and OU football.
  • The Best of Tulsa's Dive Bars
    Sometimes we all need to visit a joint that isn't high energy, high dollar, or high maintenance. Small bars in Tulsa, Oklahoma, feature some of the best places to get your groove on without the large price tag.
  • Diet Disfunction: Eating Better for a Healthier You
    The term "diet" is used loosely to refer to someone who wants to lose or gain weight, yet there are items on your daily menu that can sabotage your health. Revamp your eating habits with a few simple additions and seclusions.
  • AC/DC Retiring: Are They or Aren't They?
    The explosion of the unverified news that Malcolm Young is suffering from a terminal illness has taken over the internet airwaves with fans already bidding farewell to the beloved band. Swirling rumors of the band's retirement is fueling the flames.
  • Evolution and Intelligent Design in the Classroom: Is There a Happy Medium?
    Although most parents disagree on many subjects, their child's education is at the top of the list. Siding with science or religion in the classroom has been a heated debate for many years.
  • Specialty Gyms in Tulsa: Spin, CrossFit and More
    Not many associate Tulsa with fitness, but with a plethora of new gyms popping up around the city, residents are increasingly eager to get their fitness on.
  • Television and Your Children: Know What They Watch
    Television programming throws a lot of disturbing information at our children on a daily basis and it is increasingly hard to monitor what our kids are exposed to.
  • Tulsa's Best Day Spas
    Even smaller cities such as Tulsa, Oklahoma are budding with day spas. It's becoming the norm to enjoy a spa day at least once a month.
  • Create the Perfect Easter Basket for Your Teen
    Kids won't outgrow Easter if you don't let them. Creating an Easter basket for older children is as easy as their interests and your local craft store.
  • Surfing Hawaii on a Budget
    A Hawaiian surfing vacation is feasible when there are alternatives to large hotels and extravagant meals.
  • Top Five Beers That Will Add a Spring to Your Step
    Many are tired of heavy ales and are ready to enjoy a cold sip of a brew that brings the spring season to their palate.
  • Your Pet Betta: Tips to Keep Your Fish Happy and Healthy
    Many assume that a betta is "just a fish" that lives in a small glass bowl. Nothing could be further from the truth. These fish are full of personality and require much more than what a pet store employee will have us believe.
  • A Couples Guide: Surviving Your First Getaway
    Vacations are supposed to be fun, but sometimes our expectations exceed reality when we take a first trip with our significant other. Keep romance alive with a few tips and tricks to create the perfect escape.
  • Perfect Red Lip: Tips and Tricks That Take Your Look From Crass to Class
    Makeup artistry seems to be all about the eyes; learn how to make your lips pop with color and sophistication.
  • Easter Dinner Recipes: Favorite Family Traditions
    A few tips and tricks with everyday menu items turns an Easter meal from ho-hum to fabulous with simple ingredients.
  • The Ultimate New York Body Plan: Lose Weight and Get Fit
    David Kirsch, author of, "The New York Body Plan," will push you to limits your never imagined. His ability to keep you on track is second to none. Stick with the program and you will see results.
  • Tulsa's Best Wine Bars
    Tulsa's bar scene has become more refined with wine bars that feature not only eclectic wine selections, but also fine food from acclaimed chefs and local musical talent.
  • Gardening With Technology: Ten Best Apps for Creating a Bountiful Garden
    Gardening apps have become increasingly popular. No matter if they grow veggies, fruits, or flowers; there is an app for every gardener with a smart phone, iPhone, or tablet.
  • Term Life Insurance: The Basics
    When buying term life insurance, education is key and will determine your future finances for you and your loved ones.
  • Firing an Employee: Are You Doing It Correctly?
    Getting fired is possibly one of the worst events a working person will experience. A good manager will be on the side of not only their company, but also the employee being fired.
  • My Hair Disaster: How I Renewed My Self-Esteem
    We've all been there. Hair disasters occur whether it's by our own scissor-wielding hand or by an inept stylist. There are ways to suck up the pain of a terrible haircut and and wait for our luxurious locks to become amazing once again.
  • Tulsa Concerts: The Best of 2014
    Tulsa has a rich musical history and the arrival of new venues, revitalization of old ones, as well as music festivals, showcase the talent that Tulsa brings.
  • Tulsa's St. Patrick's Day Festivities Offer an Abundance of Irish Gold
    St. Patty's Day isn't a celebration unless it includes comfort food from your local pub, loud bag-pipes playing in the background, and green beer. Some events also include dressing up and working up a sweat for a good cause. Tulsa has them all.
  • St. Patrick's Day Costumes Are Easy and Fun: Five Festive Ideas
    It isn't hard to find a good St. Patrick's Day costume. A little ingenuity and some planning ensure that you and your family are outfitted for that pot o' gold.
  • Home Ownership: Five Important Things You Need to Know
    Buying a home is fun and exciting, yet when you have to maintain and care for the home, it becomes a battle that has to be fought and not won.
  • Three Reasons Why Choosing a Good Therapist Is Important to Your Mental Health
    Many of us will need to seek the services of a therapist at one time or another in our lives. Finding the correct fit is harder than just picking out a number in your phone book.
  • Why I Chose to Be a Stay-at-Home Mom
    The choice to become a full-time parent is not a simple one. Financial decisions have to be weighed and decided. There are no sick days offered, yet the benefits last a lifetime.
  • Top Four Video Game Releases for 2014
    Put down your controller and check out the new games that will be coming your way in 2014. First-person shooters, medieval online warfare, and post-modern Nazis are in your gaming future.
  • Oscar Moments: Turning Heads on the Red Carpet
    One of the most exciting events for movie-goers, film-buffs, and designers is the Academy Awards ceremony. The stars of our favorite films are out and about, yet on the red carpet, it's the candor that we love from our favorite actors.
  • Top Five Golden Oscar Acceptance Speeches
    Academy Award speeches are a highlight of the Oscars as we, as film-lovers, are able to see the real side of the ctors who play our favorite characters onscreen.
  • Quick Steps to Baking at Altitude
    Baking is hard enough when you aren't 3,500 above sea level. Adjustments to your from-scratch recipes will enhance every baked good that you take on.
  • How I Quit Smoking: Three Different Ways to Kick the Habit
    Putting down the smokes for good is a struggle for smokers worldwide. Not only is the physical addiction hard to kick, but the emotional habit is sometimes even worse. I have found easy tricks to lessen the pain of quitting.
  • Tulsa: A Gateway to Oklahoma's Beautiful and Unique Romantic Getaways
    Looking for a romantic weekend away from the hustle and bustle of daily life? Tulsa and it's surrounding areas offer charming, quaint, as well as sophisticated amenities for those looking for a quick stay-cay.
  • Winter Olympic Opening Ceremonies: Culturally Beautiful
    The Winter Olympic athletes are nothing short of awe-inspiring. Their tenacity and agility are second to none, yet the opening ceremonies of the games are a beautiful and heartfelt testament to not only the athletes, but the host city as well.
  • Men's Shoe Basics: Know Them, Learn Them, Live Them
    It's important for men to know the difference between wearing a worn-out shoe and hip footwear. Bring style back into your life by choosing the right shoe to coordinate with your outfit. You will be glad that you did.
  • Ice Hockey at the 2014 Winter Olympics: What You Need to Know
    The Olympics are nothing without ice hockey. Twelve countries are putting their best athletes forward to go for the gold.
  • Westminster Dog Show: Fun Facts
    Who doesn't love watching our beautiful canine friends strut their stuff in the show arena? The Westminster Dog Show is a must-see event for all dog-lovers, adults and children alike.
  • Grooming Tips for Your Favorite Animal Pal
    It's hard to fit pet-grooming into a busy a life-style but with just a few minutes a day, keeping our pets well-groomed and comfortable not only makes them happy, it also enriches our lives. Happy pets are healthy pets.
  • Super Bowl: Best Party Music
    Keep your guests excited as well as yourself with music that inspires. It takes big tunes to make football fans happy and revved up. A list of upbeat songs never disappoints.
  • Super Bowl History: Five Historic Moments
    Football fans gather each year to witness the epic battle of their favorite team versus another, and games aren't always fair. Taking a look back before this year's confrontation puts points into perspective.
  • Game On: Create the Perfect Super Bowl Party
    Only a few plays will decide what could be a boring sports party versus the Super Bowl extravaganza of the year. Football fans will cheer in admiration that their host took time to make celebrating their favorite team a bit more special.
  • Five Historical Golden Globe Moments
    The world loves movies and is even more enamored with their favorite actors. The Golden Globe awards give an insight into the entertainment industry; moments that are endearing or worthy of shock.
  • Selling Life Insurance: Five Tips You Need to Know
    Selling insurance is a tough business and not many survive because of the long hours, time spent away from family, and low commission. Choosing a good agency that fits you will make your job helping families find peace of mind that much more fulfilling.
  • Insider Ski Tips for the Beginner: What You Need to Know
    Many people find the thrill of skiing a pleasure, yet a beginner is sometimes at a loss at where to start. The basics will save you from sunburn and broken bones.
  • National Western Stock Show: What You Don't Want to Miss
    Few events rival the NWSS. Animals, art, entertainment and western fun illustrate what the National Western Stock Show is all about. It's for families who love to have a great time but also be stimulated by everything western culture has to offer.
  • Going Vegetarian? It's More Than Tofu
    Choosing a vegetarian or vegan diet is not only healthy but will equate to more than answering a small question over dinner with friends. Be prepared to change your entire life.
  • Golden Globes: What You Don't Know
    The Golden Globes are just as popular as the Oscars. Winning an award is everything to an actor. Most of us watch the fun on the sofa at home. There are interesting details most of us don't take into consideration when it comes to the Globes.
  • Ring in the New Year with a Fabulous New Year's Eve Party
    Celebrating a new year is more fun with friends and festivity, and the festivity is much more enjoyable with a perfectly planned party.
  • Urban Farm: A 2014 New Year's Resolution
    Creating a mini-farm in the middle of a bustling city will have it's hassles, but as a mom, my desire to ensure that my children eat the best food they can is not far from fruition.
  • Christmas 2012: Holiday Xbox Meltdown
    Gift-giving is not only fun for parents but also expensive. Not all kids appreciate the effort or time spent in making their holidays the best they can be, and my child is one of them.
  • Holiday Cooking Catastrophe: Experience is a Good Thing
    We all seem to suffer from a cooking disaster when we are cooking for friends and relatives. The holidays bring on extra stress to provide the perfect dish.
  • Dining Out: What Servers Want You to Know
    We all love to eat out at a fancy restaurant or perhaps a pub down the street. Ensuring that our servers and other employees enjoy their job while giving us an experience that we will be hard-pressed to forget is important.
  • Techno Gadget Must-Haves for Holiday Travel
    Traveling during the holidays can be a stressful event for all involved. The techno-gadgets you bring along will ensure a safer and more satisfying adventure. .
  • Surviving Snowstorms and Blizzards: Supply List Must Haves
    It's easy to notice items we need after a storm hits;preparation will ensure that you and your family are warm and fed until the streets are cleared and the emergency is over.
  • Get the Look: Perfect Smoky Eye
    We all see celebrities gracing magazine covers with smoldering eyes, wishing we could achieve that same sexy gaze. It is easy to create a smoky eye at home right in front of our bathroom mirror.
  • A Healthy Thanksgiving: Satisfying and Possible
    We all worry about carbs, fat, and calories and Thanksgiving is the make us or break us holiday of the season. A few simple techniques will not only improve our health, but also our physique.
  • Keep Your Sunless Tan Glowing No Matter the Season
    In the wake of skin-cancer concerning tanning beds and sun-bathing, a new wave of products have emerged that will keep your skin bronzed and beautiful all year round. All it takes is a few changes to your beauty routine.
  • Breaking Down the Bling: Latest in Trending Jewelry
    The ideal outfit is accentuated with jewelry that doesn't detract from the clothing; it adds to the clothing creatin- a look of charm and class without overpowering the overall aesthetics.
  • A Shopping Guide for Hosting the Perfect Tailgating Party
    Hosting a perfect party is important; a tailgate is no exception. A few simple items can turn a drab experience into something that your friends and family will never forget.
  • Veterans Day Tribute: My Cousin Lacy
    Honoring a veteran is more than just saying thank you. Soldiers have stories behind the seemingly stern faces they have to convey to their sergeants. They have lives, loved ones and a history.
  • OKC Thunder Gifts: More Than Just T-Shirts
    Many of us know basketball fans who seem to have everything; season tickets, jerseys, and keychains. These gift ideas look beyond the norm and will satisfy even the fussiest of Thunder supporters.
  • Halloween Hair Tips: Make Your Costume Shine!
    Halloween hair can be tricky as well as costly. Creativity, effort, and a few dollars will pump your look from boring to fantastic with these simple steps.
  • Easy Tips for a Simple Zombie Costume for Kids
    Not only are zombie costumes popular, they can also be very cost-effective for a family on a budget. Ten dollars can be all that stands between your child and a Halloween adventure.
  • Halloween: Tips for Protecting Your Unconventional Pet
    Halloween is for people and not pets. The stress they endure can alter their life-spans and everyone's safety. A few tips can make the difference in the life of your favorite friend.
  • Thowback Thursday: Grandma's Halloween Costume Ingenuity
    Halloween memories are created with love, laughter, and family. Homemade costumes are made even more special when a little heart and soul enter the mix.
  • Yoga: Which Downward Dog Fits You?
    The various ways that one is able to engage in exercise depends on their health and weight. Yoga offers many options for a multitude of people. The benefits of internal peace and fitness are a bonus for those who choose a gentler option for exercise.
  • Aaron Paul: Guest Roles and Speculation
    Fans of "Breaking Bad" are well aware of Aaron Paul, the brilliant actor behind the character of Jesse Pinkman. Paul's acting range gives us reason to speculate on the possibility of guest roles on some of our favorite television shows.
  • Kevin Durant: Hookah Gate?
    We all have images of our favorite athletes enjoying themselves while off the clock and sometimes that enjoyment may conflict with our values.
  • School and Bullies: How to Deal
    Not everyone has an idealic childhood. Some children are bullied and criticized. They may not have outlets which encourage positivity in their lives, but there are a few subtle ways that will increase self-confidence.
  • Pre-Deployment: Soldiers Deserve Fun Too
    Overseas deployment is a frightening time for anyone in the military. A last night enjoying fun with friends is important. Some drink establishments have a long way to go in understanding the mentality of our soldiers facing their own mortality.
  • Football, Fun, and Festivity: How to Keep It Classy
    Keeping sports parties real is all about presentation and fun! Football celebrations are just an example of how to keep things in key with class but letting the fun happen as well.
  • Must-See Destination Sites for John F. Kennedy Enthusiasts
    Many who are fascinated with presidential history, especially that of John F. Kennedy, will find that America has much to offer in its reverence of an esteemed leader.
  • Enjoying the Monterey Bay Peninsula Goes Beyond Monterey
    Many assume that once they visit Monterey, California, they are done with sightseeing. The Monterey Peninsula actually boasts many attractions that only require a two-hour drive or less.
  • Our Children's Grades Can Be Good Enough
    Grades are important for our children. Allowing them to realize their strengths and weaknesses is key to their self growth as well as finding their potential in the world.
  • 2016 Olympic Changes: What to Expect
    The Summer Olympics are a time for countries to cheer on their top athletes in a multitude of sporting events. Changes made by the IOC commonly happen prior to the Games and many athletes are not content with rule changes but must abide by them.
  • What You Don't Know About AARP
    AARP offers so much more than what most of the public assumes. A television commercial can only relay so much information. Taking time to visit their website will give potential members a view into how complex and important AARP services can be.
  • Football Season: Survival Tips and Tricks
    Some of us become overwhelmed with excitement that football is finally back after months of anticipation. It's the season that many Americans are overjoyed about, but some of us are not so excited and have to find ways to cope.
  • Insomnia: Medication and Sleepless Nights
    Sleep disorders are becoming increasingly rampant in today's society with the added stress on our daily lives. Work, school, and family concerns take their toll on so many of us. Is medication the answer to get a good night's sleep?
  • Helping Your Child Adjust to a New School: The Basics and the Principles
    Starting a new school is stressful for a child. It is important that a parent ensure an easy transition by communicating with their teacher as well as school officials.
  • Why I Chose to Homeschool
    Homeschooling is not any easy decision but sometimes, it's the right one. No one knows your child better than you and homeschooling lets them flourish and not be lost in a sea of students.
  • Give that Girl a Cheeseburger!
    Hurtful comments about another's weight decreases self-esteem and promotes self-image issues. All women have problems with what they see in their bathroom mirror.
  • Pinterest Fail: Cupcake Nails Gone Wrong
    Nail art and "nail art" are two different animals. See my ability to take something cute to something so very wrong!
  • Keeping it Real: Summer Dinner Parties
    Everyone loves a party no matter the season. Summer seems to evoke a different sense of season, though. Lazy hours spent by the pool, lighter food choices, and an easy day for a summer dinner party host.

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